There are several types of personalities out here in the blogging world, this is why the blogosphere is so rich with a variety of articles for readers to enjoy. The blogosphere has grown and expanded to include music , photo and video style blogs and with this we see a complete creative and intellectual social network that spans across many blogging platforms and sites. Blogging is the modern gathering of sages, musicians and artists of many fields. Unfortunately there are also the spam blogs, advertisement blogs and those that create a negative impact on the millions of good blogs out there.
What would I consider a successful blog? I would say that if it makes the Author happy and it is therapeutic or informative than its successful . Far as its hit counts and popularity that is more a marketing success or failure. Though you have to write articles daily if possible to keep a reader’s interest, I can not see how a full-time student or worker has time to always write daily articles and feel that a couple of articles a week usually is enough to keep readers returning. Personally I am not as worried about the quantity of hits I get as much as I am the quality of my articles and their ability to cause the reader to think about the article’s subject matter. If I get one person to think about what I wrote about be it a negative or positive thought the article did its job.
Right or wrong this is Just my viewpoint on blogging .
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